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need help, this is not overwriting the cookie value...

Response.Cookies("ID").Value = ID   ....

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nauman_ahmed earned 2000 total points
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Try this:

If (Request.Cookies("ID") != null)
{
  HttpCookie ck = new HttpCookie("ID",Request.Cookies("ID"));
  //Set expiration time.
  Response.Cookies.Add(ck);
}

Best, Nauman
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by:testn1
ID: 11820573
nope.. keeps the same value...
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by:testn1
ID: 11820589
i'm trying to overwrite it, it already exists... even if i recreate it, keep the same value
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by:testn1
ID: 11820594
and even if i expire it : Response.Cookies("webFASBizID").Expires = DateTime.Today.AddDays(-1)

still exists with the value
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by:nauman_ahmed
ID: 11820741
Have a look at the following article that best describes about cookie. Also its not good to just expire cookie by DateTime.Today.AddDays(-1). Use DateTime.Today.AddYears(-30) so that it will be expired no matter what time difference is there.

URL: http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/AspNetCookies.asp?df=100&forumid=13312&exp=0&select=638073

Best, Nauman
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by:shovavnik
ID: 11820866
Are you running both asp and asp.net together?

If so, keep in mind that they do not automatically share their cookies.  asp.net cannot automatically use cookies set in asp.  You can add the following line to your Page_Load method:
Response.Cookies.Set( Request.Cookies.Get( "MY_COOKIE" ));
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